August 8, 2014 at 12:46 pm #301594
First things first: thnx for the great Enfold theme, it’s just fab! Exactly what I’ve been looking for…
Then this question. Right now I’m configuring the first site I´m making with the Enfold theme. That is: creating a standard setup, which I want to use for more sites in the future. For example, with some plugins installed and activated, like:
- CleanTalk Antispam
- WP Optimize
- WordPress SEO
- Google Analytics for WordPress
- Etc etc
And of course I’ll buy a separate licens for each website, no worries ;-)
But how can I duplicate my standard configured website, without getting into trouble with license codes and things? Is it just a matter of installing the new theme (with the new license code), and copying the database of the first, standard configured site?
MarcAugust 8, 2014 at 12:50 pm #301598
YigitAugust 8, 2014 at 12:55 pm #301604
So that plugin will migrate the database, including all installed plugins and their settings/configurations? And the license code of the theme is not in the database, but just in the theme files?August 8, 2014 at 6:15 pm #301766
No, the license code is stored in the database and you can remove it by simply clearing the license code option/text field or you can simply replace it with another serial as soon as you imported the data.
PeterAugust 8, 2014 at 9:06 pm #301814
Hi Peter, thnx for the reply. Unfortunately I don’t understand 100% what to do…
I’ll try to explain it in short.
I’m creating a website at http://www.marcbijl.nl For this website I’ve purchased the Enfold theme, which gave me a download which I installed. After configuring this website by installing and configuring several ‘must have plugins’ I want to copy the whole lot to another site, let’s say http://www.panoramaphotogallery.com But that’s illegal, since I need to purchase the theme again (fair enough).
So the question is: how can I copy the complete installation of http://www.marcbijl.nl to http://www.panoramaphotogallery (including all additional plugins), but make use of a second purchased Enfold theme?
Hope this makes some sense…August 9, 2014 at 6:11 am #301921
I think it would be better to consult Envato support regarding this issue:
JosueAugust 10, 2014 at 9:02 pm #302301
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